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Hana asks:
I did highlights on my brown coloured hair, my roots are mostly grey and now my hair looks a ginger colour, using a cap. I am a trainee at Thomas Danby College. Please help me to correct my hair.

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
There are so many ways you can go on your question, but only one right way and that is to go and see a really good colourist before doing anything.





Dawn asks:
I go to the salon quite frequently to have a semi permanent colour on which is nearly black with a hint of red tone in it. Just before Xmas I had a streak of red under my hair on one side and a bit in my fringe and I was very happy with it but it started to fade after a week so during the New Year I bought a bright red permanent home colour kit to top it up and it looked great but in a recent trip to my salon I opted not to have the red done again but just my normal hair colour. After a week my hair colour faded out on the bit I had my red on previously and it looks really washed out now. What is the best thing to do now to cover the washed out red colour. Should I go back and have it done again or is it best to leave it to fade a bit more and then have it done again? Please help!

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
Personally I would go back to the salon to have the red covered. Unfortunately all red colours tend to fade and there is not a lot you can do to avoid this, other than investing in a high quality shampoo and conditioner specifically for coloured hair.







Nicola Jane asks:
I am 39 and have coloured hair. Naturally my hair is wavy/curly in places/frizzy. Can you recommend a non chemical hair relaxer/ straightener that I can use myself as I fear if I keep straightening my hair with the GHDs will damage it and I just hate how it looks when I leave it to dry naturally. I already use your shampoo, conditioner and heat spray.

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
Frizzy hair can be a nightmare and using GHDs or heated irons can be really damaging. With the right products it doesn’t need to be painful to achieve your perfect look! ...More >

Use my poker straight shampoo with P2Fifty and my poker straight conditioner with P2Fifty is a great start as it tames kinks in your hair straight from washing and leaves a super glossy finish.

Another great way to keep your hair in top condition and barely lifting a finger is by using my poker straight sleepover overnight treatment which works on your hair overnight and helps replenish damaged hair.

Follow with my poker straight intensive treatment with P2Fifty use this to repair damage from hot irons and leave your hair feeling moisturised and feeling healthy.

Before drying your hair apply a walnut size amount of my poker straight glistening balm to wet, which will not only tame your frizz but give you an amazing shine as well.





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